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lirvilas 28th Jun 2019, 2:33 PM edit delete
spoiler alert: pretty fucking bad


Microraptor 28th Jun 2019, 4:01 PM edit delete reply
This is a really AWESOME zoom out!

(My own attempt in something similar was way less effective in comparison.)
lirvilas 28th Jun 2019, 4:20 PM edit delete reply
Thank you.

lirvilas 28th Jun 2019, 11:27 PM edit delete reply
MR: allow me to try for a more productive comment.

Having looked at both our pages, here's my thoughts on what works and what doesn't with zoom sequences:

-the image leads the page
-lots of words are hard to pull off, since they break up the flow of the images
-there have to be distinct items of interest at the beginning and the end of the the eye's journey
-traditional page format makes it harder
-different sized panels makes it harder
-gaussian and motion blur and "impressionism" help to convey a sense of distance.
anonymous coward 29th Jun 2019, 9:10 AM edit delete reply
Thank you for giving us something worth archive binging, and following.

Sequence question: I notice that Chuck does not look like a cross between Michael Jackson and a werewolf here. * How confused are we supposed to be about that?

*reference: http://toyco.thecomicseries.com/comics/52/
lirvilas 29th Jun 2019, 4:22 PM edit delete reply
Short answer: Tona was delusional in thinking that the Bogey Man was Chuck’s reanimated corpse. Everyone else (or at least Wendell) could see what whatever “Chuck” was, it wasn’t Chuck.


Here's the chronology:

-Winners and Losers (Chuck gets ventilated in LA)
-Valkyries Chapter 2 ("Chuck" is discovered in Nevada)
-Childhood's End ("Chuck" gets ventilated again in AB)
-Valkyries Chapter 5 ("Chuck" avoids a third go with the small arms fire and instead escapes into a lingerie shop, current location unknown)
-This thing (the real Chuck is discovered alive and hungover)
anonymous coward 29th Jun 2019, 6:30 PM edit delete reply
That's all I needed to know for now I think, thank you. At this point I'm starting to find the lack of understanding who the enemies are and what their agendas may be to be a *feature* of your work. :) You probably take this further than I would as a creator, but real life is undoubtedly messy, complicated, and confusing, and you evoke this powerfully with your ability to present the fog of war that the characters act under.
AmeliaP 28th Aug 2019, 10:06 PM edit delete reply
It's huge o__O
lirvilas 30th Aug 2019, 10:22 PM edit delete reply
yeah I spent too long on this page.

These things are supposed to be 30-45 minutes max; I overindulged myself with this.